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Your car, the next mobile ad platform

Source: Digiday

Media Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival - Day 1
The next mobile platform may be on wheels. Looking ahead to the future of cars, Nissan’s Amanda Donnelly doesn’t just see autonomous, self-driving rides, but a connected media suite that could be a perfect fit for digital advertisers. Donnelly spent a decade on the agency side before leaving to help launch Huffington Post’s app and is now imparting her mobile and digital learnings to Nissan as senior planner of marketing for its vehicle connected services. There’s a new mobile ...
Full article at: Digiday 4 hours ago


Country’s harshest anti-abortion law signed in Mississippi

Source: Russia Today

Kobe Bryant And Phil Jackson Address The Media
The bill, signed into law by Gov Phil Bryant on Wednesday and going into effect July 1, calculates conception from the first day of a woman’s last period rather than when the egg becomes fertilized and implanted in the uterus. The controversial new legislation does not contain exceptions for cases of rape or incest. It does, however, have exceptions for the life of the mother or if the fetus has no chance of survival, the Clarion Ledger reports. Several states, including A ...
Full article at: Russia Today 7 hours ago, 6:14pm CDT

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SmugMug Films Features Sarah Lee, Underwater Photographer

Source: The Digital Picture

Bronze medalist Sarah Lee Wai-Sze (C-L)
 From SmugMug Films: Water photographer Sarah Lee ( loves the unpredictability of nature and creates art that captures the interplay of people, water, and light. Unlike other forms of photography, where pixels are painstakingly crafted, Sarah embraces what she can't control and uses her photography to find beauty in the chaos. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Daily Mail, Marie Claire and more.  Wan ...
Full article at: The Digital Picture 9 hours ago, 4:18pm CDT

Earth Day TV Ad Links Immigration-Driven Population Growth To California’s Environmental Woes

Source: CBS San Francisco

(CBS SF) — An advocacy group dedicated to limiting immigration to California has unveiled a controversial TV ad linking mass immigration to the state’s environmental issues. The ad from Californians for Population Stability (CAPS) – timed for release on Earth Day – claims immigrants are to blame for the state water shortages, pollution, traffic and overall environmental degradation. In the ad, a young boy asks questions such as “If California ...
Full article at: CBS San Francisco 11 hours ago, 3:00pm CDT

Mainstream Media Takes Cues from Blogosphere

Source: New York Observer

Hillary Clinton Addresses Recycling Industries Trade Conference In Las Vegas
Hillary Clinton, prescient media critic. (Drew Friedman for the Observer) Hillary Clinton deserves a spot in the pantheon of prophetic media critics. Early 20th century media critics were some of the first to describe how false news was easily propagated through the media system. A local newspaper would run an inaccurate item. With the advent of the telegraph, these stories could and often were republished over the next ...
Full article at: New York Observer 13 hours ago, 1:05pm CDT

The Religion of Unreason

Source: The American Prospect

President Barack Obama Leaves Rome
I think it's safe to say that this period in history is one in which liberals have felt unusually exasperated with conservatives, perhaps more than ever before. I can say this with some confidence as a liberal who runs in liberal circles; it may well be that conservatives are also more exasperated with liberals than they have ever been. Our ability to feed that exasperation is driven by the fact that, for all the polarization of information sources, we're actually more a ...
Full article at: The American Prospect 13 hours ago, 12:24pm CDT

Oklahoma End of Year Testing Disrupted by Tech Glitches – Again

Source: Education News

For the second year in a row middle school and high school students in Oklahoma experienced computer-related disruptions during standardized testing. Sean Murphy reports for the Associated Press, via the Huffington Post, that Oklahoma Public Schools Superintendent, Janet Barresi, had CTB/McGraw-Hill suspend testing in the wake of slow and frozen computers. High school students were taking end-of-instruction exams, while the sixth through eighth graders were taki ...
Full article at: Education News 18 hours ago, 8:00am CDT

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Playbook: Cuomo's labor challenge; #whoseNYPD?

Source: Capital New York

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Visits School
Welcome to Capital Playbook! Sign up for our newsletters here.By Jimmy Vielkind in Albany and Azi Paybarah in New York, with Mike Allen in Washington PARTY REPORT: The North Star Fund celebrated its 35th anniversary last night with a gala at Pier Sixty that raised $816,000. Mayor Bill de Blasio stopped by and told the crowd that “progressives always need to reference back to the grassroots [because that is] where our power is.” His wife, Chirlane McCray, greeted the crowd with “Tha ...
Full article at: Capital New York 1 day ago, 1:34am CDT

Journalist speaks of racism, diversity and a lack of honest debate

Source: The Kentucky Kernel

2013 BET Experience - Centric Strive to Thrive Seminar with Nicole Arie Parker, Boris Kodjoe and Jeff Johnson
By Laura Shrake From his time as the first and only African American student body president at the University of Toledo to his commentary on how to create diversity, journalist Jeff Johnson said he is passionate about how people communicate about race and racism. “If we’re going to deal with the issue of race and racism there is also a question of are we willing to step outside our comfort zone to ...
Full article at: The Kentucky Kernel 1 day ago, 9:52pm CDT

Poverty is Now a Woman Thing

Source: The Pioneer

19th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival Of Books - Day 2
The other day, I was perusing the Women section of Huffington Post when I came across an article (surprise, surprise) about Maria Shriver’s recent report on American women’s financial situation. The report is entitled The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink. Most alarmingly, the report finds that one in three American women live in or almost in poverty. It points out that these women are having to do everything: parent their children, work several jobs so that they can pr ...
Full article at: The Pioneer 1 day ago, 5:38pm CDT


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